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Thursday, April 4, 2019

How to Fix iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Freezing Problem

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Many people have considered the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus as some of the best phones of 2017 and 2018 , there are who have faced the negative side of using these devices specifically when it comes to the iPhone 8 freezing problem experienced with the device.

The freezing is experienced regardless of apps that you run on your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus. You can troubleshoot the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus freezing problem using this guide as provided below.

Here is How to Fix iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus freezing


Many reasons have been put forward to try and explain why some people experience this problem which eventually leads to their smartphones crashing. It is highly recommended that prior to proceeding with any of the solutions below, try to update your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to the latest software version. If the software update fails to fix the crashing apps then you can proceed with the solutions provided below:

Solution: Delete bad apps


Bad third party applications have commonly been behind the reason for freezing issues on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus devices. To get some facts about the app, read customer reviews on App Store and see if any other users are complaining of a similar problem. Unfortunately, Apple cannot troubleshoot the stability of such third-party applications which leaves the responsibility to the app developers. If the developers fail to issues an improved update of the app, it is recommended that you uninstall and delete the bad app entirely.

Reset the Factory Settings on Your iPhone 8


If it proves difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of the freezing problem on an iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, then the best alternative choice is to perform a factory data reset. This can help fix the issues. Performing factory data reset can lead to loss of data, account settings, passwords and apps. This is why you must backup your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus before proceeding with the factory data reset operation. Here is a guide on how to factory reset the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Solution: Fix any Memory Glitches


When your phone stays active for too long without restarting, bugs and other issues start to creep in which may lead to the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus freezing or crashing. A memory glitch could be responsible for all that but you can fix the problem by turning On and Off your smartphone. If this doesn’t solve the issue, follow the directives below:

  1. Go to the Settings app and tap on General. Locate and select Storage & iCloud Usage
  2. Select Manage Storage
  3. Then tap on an item in the Documents and Data folder
  4. Move by sliding the unwanted items to the left then tap Delete
  5. Tap on Edit and the Delete All to get rid of all the app data.

Solution: Free Up some Memory


In certain instances, an app could freeze or crash because there is insufficient space on your device. If this is the case, you should free up some space by uninstalling and deleting apps that you do not use frequently or delete media files which are not very crucial.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

How To Clear Cache Huawei P10

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Clear Cache Huawei P10 When you can’t get along with your Huawei P10 , there are a lot of things you can try to make it work without having to take it to an authorized service. Before you give up and say it’s not up to you, but also before you waste precious time with more or less effective solutions, you should know that there are generally two major ways to fix a surprisingly wide range of Huawei P10 malfunctions. We’re talking about deciding to complete a factory reset or choosing to do a Clear Cache wipe.

You must have heard of both of them so far, with the majority of troubleshooting guides out there often mentioning them. If you were wondering what’s the difference, let us make it clear for you now: when you factory reset a smartphone, you erase everything, from settings to stored data. When you do a cache wipe, you only erase the cache memory of some apps or of the system. In any case, for the latter, you don’t need to do any backup. Moreover, the cache wipe proves to be extremely useful whenever a smartphone freezes, is slow, has various delays or glitches.

The reason we mentioned that you can delete the cache of an app or the cache of the system is that there are actually two different types of cache memory. The app cache, that every single app has, and the system cache, that your Huawei P10 operating system has. Its purpose is to temporarily store data and ensure a proper flow of information. But when something happens with this cache memory, the flow is suddenly interrupted. That’s usually when apps start to freeze or even to crash and you need to clear the system cache wipe in order to make everything work smoothly.

To Clear Cache Huawei P10


  1. Open the App Manager under the general Settings;
  2. Tap on the app that has been causing you problems;
  3. Look at the app info screen;
  4. Tap on Clear Cache.
This is the first thing you have to do when you notice that a particular app is giving your smartphone a hard time. If you want to clear the cache for all the apps, you don’t need to manually follow these steps with every single one of them. Just go to Settings, Storage, and select Cached Data. In there, you will be able to clear all the app caches from just one tap, simultaneously. Our advice, however, would be to avoid clearing data for all apps if you don’t want to lose your saved passwords, preferences or settings.

If you did clear the cache of an app that was making the phone freeze or crash but it still acts the same, uninstall that app and then reboot the smartphone. Back up all your data before the reset, just to make sure that you won’t be losing any important information!

When neither clearing the cache, nor wiping the cache partition proved to work, the next stage is to try a factory reset of your Huawei P10. Usually, this final resort will make your phone work normally once again.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

How to Fix OnePlus 5 WiFi Problems

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While it is true that OnePlus 5 WiFi problems may be common, this can be an extremely frustrating situation. Sometimes, it all moves too slow, despite having a strong signal. Other times, your connection is unstable and you don’t know why. We’ve looked into the main situations and here’s what we’ve come up with:

When the OnePlus 5 goes from WiFi to Data out of the blue


If you have the option of WLAN to Mobile Data connection turned On, this can happen when you expect – or need! – less. It’s actually called Smart Network Switch and, if you actually find it a dumb thing as it gives you more problems than solutions, you can get rid of it. You’ll have to check the Android settings first, but you’ll see that it is not complicated at all:


  1. Make sure you have the mobile data turned on
  2. Go to the Wireless options from the general Menu, under the Settings section
  3. Look for the option labeled as Smart Network Switch
  4. Uncheck this option and leave the menus


Now, you have instructed the device to stop searching for wireless connections and switching from WiFi to mobile.

When you want to put the WiFi on hold for some time


Just because you’ve learned how to stop the OnePlus 5 from randomly changing its internet connection it doesn’t mean you will always want to stay on the WiFi alone or on the mobile data alone. This section, however, is about staying mobile. So, if you want to turn off the WiFi:


  1. Swipe down the Notification panel
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Select Connections
  4. Tap on WiFi
  5. Switch its toggle from On to Off


When you want to forget a saved network and then to reconnect to it


If your OnePlus 5 has saved the credentials for connecting to a particular WiFi network, the first time when it tries to do so after the network experienced some configuration changes, you’ll get an error. The best way to go about it is to make the phone forget all these connectivity settings and start it from scratch with that network:


  1. Go to the WiFi network settings of your smartphone
  2. You’ll spot the list with all the WiFi networks you’ve ever connected to, from the most recent ones to the oldest ones
  3. Browse for the network you want to remove
  4. Select it and long press on its name
  5. From the context menu that will show up, select the Forget option


Note – if you just want to modify the connectivity data, like the password, you can use the option labeled as Modify.

The alternative to what we just listed above is to go to the Notification panel and hit the gear icon to make it to the Settings window. In there, browse to Network connections and select the WiFi option. Turn off the WiFi and select the network profile that you want your device to forget. Use the same Forget option and that was all.

When you want to speed up your WiFi connectivity


This desire usually comes into play when you notice that apps that have to load large amounts of data start taking ages until they make visible the texts, the videos, or the pictures displayed. Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook – you know them well. If pictures look gray or get replaced with the broken-image icon, or just take forever to load properly, despite having a solid WiFi signal, you will have to:


  1. Turn off the OnePlus 5
  2. Then, simultaneously hold the Volume Up, Power, and Home keys
  3. Wait for the phone to vibrate and the Recovery Mode to start, so you can let go of those keys
  4. Select, with the Volume Down key, the Wipe Cache Partition option
  5. Start it with one tap on the Power key
  6. When it’s done, use the same keys to Reboot System Now


Say you’ve tried it all, without success? If not even our selection of tips and tricks for dealing with your WiFi issues, WiFi connectivity problems, or WiFi speed on OnePlus 5 have helped, it could be something wrong with the phone. Let a technician check its hardware and software and wait to see what suggestions you get from there. If you have a warranty, it’s even better – you might get to replace the faulty OnePlus 5 for free.

Enable or Disable Autocorrect Google Pixel 3

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For people who have Pixel 3 might get annoyed by autocorrect feature when they write and chat, today we are going to show you how to disable autocorrect on Pixel 3 and also how to enable autocorrect on Pixel 3 for people who wants to use the autocorrect feature.

Disable Autocorrect on Google Pixel 3



  1. Go To Settings
  2. Choose System
  3. Choose Languages & input
  4. Choose Virtual keyboard
  5. Select the default keyboard you use
  6. Select Text correction
  7. Now you can turn it off by click on Auto-correction.


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Enable Autocorrect on Google Pixel 3



  1. Go To Settings
  2. Choose System
  3. Choose Languages & input
  4. Choose Virtual keyboard
  5. Select the default keyboard you use
  6. Select Text correction
  7. Now you can turn it on by click on Auto-correction.


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Galaxy S8 Stuck at Samsung Logo in Bootloop

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At the moment, we have common firmware-related problems that users of Samsung Galaxy S8 have reported. One of these issues is the freezing of the smartphone when powering on. The Galaxy S8 gets stuck on the logo and this happens regardless of what you are doing on the phone. This issue usually occurs after updating a firmware. This has led many users to claim that the firmware update creates more problems instead of providing a solution.

Due to the high number of user complaints regarding this issue, I have gone ahead to provide an effective solution that you can read in this article. Read on to get a better understanding of such problems and learn to solve them. I have also provided procedures for troubleshooting the freezing on logo problem for your Samsung Galaxy S8. Note however, that we do not provide a guarantee for the effectiveness of the procedures since the complexity of the problem depends with the source of it.

Galaxy S8 Stuck at Samsung Logo in Bootloop? here is how to fix it:


Problem

I own a Galaxy S8 and have used it for only 5 months. I have installed a couple of updates which worked successfully but unfortunately I experienced some problems after installing the latest update. My smartphone can’t seem to boot up to the Homescreen. The phone gets stuck on the logo, I have given it up to 2 hours but it cannot go beyond this point. At other times, it brings on a black screen and stays in that mode for long. I started experiencing this problem just after installing the latest update and then my phone rebooted automatically. I regrettably can’t confirm whether the last update was successful or whether it failed.

Troubleshooting

Updates sometimes do require a reboot in order to implement them properly after the installing them. Your problem is as a result of a corrupted data or caches. We have encountered similar problems before in instances where booting up freezes. I am going to recommend a very effective procedure which you must try with before trying any other methods of fixing such issues.


Delete all aches by wiping cache partition on Galaxy S8


A corrupt app or system cache as well as incompatibility cases occur after an update. As a result conflicts are bound to occur when the installed firmware uses these corrupted data or cache. This is what causes the problem you are experiencing on your smartphone. The arising issues also impact negatively on the overall device performance. If you didn’t know, it is recommended to clear the cache from time to time to ensure that your smartphone is in good shape and performs optimally. Deleting cache does not pose any risk to your system and hence clearing it can be done as frequently as you can.

Turning off Samsung Galaxy S8:


  1. Simultaneously press and hold the power, volume up and the home buttons.
  2. Release only the power key but hold the other two buttons once the Samsung S8 logo shows up.
  3. Wait for the Android logo to show and then release the volume up and home buttons.
  4. Wait for 30-60 seconds before doing anything on your phone.
  5. Use the volume down key to browse through and highlight the option for Wipe cache partition.
  6. With the option still highlighted, use the power button to select the option
  7. Choose Yes using the volume down button and select by pressing the power button.
  8. Give the phone some time to complete clearing the cache partition
  9. Reboot system using the option provided using the power button to select it.

Your phone will reboot although it might take longer than usual to complete this process. In my experience, wiping the cache should help you fix this issue. Nevertheless, try factory reset if the issue persists after wiping the cache partition. Factory reset is not highly preferred because it poses a risk of data lose. This is why I would recommend you try the solution provided below before performing a factory reset.

boot your Galaxy S8 in Safe Mode


Incompatibility of third party apps with your system results in issues such as the one you are facing. This deters your smartphone from booting properly. You can confirm whether or not third party apps have anything to do with the problem you are facing by booting the phone in the safe mode. Moreover, the safe mode will also enable check to see if you can still backup your data and files.

  1. Press and hold the Power button
  2. Release the power button just when the Galaxy S8 appears on the screen and press and hold the volume down button.
  3. Do not release the volume down button until the smartphone reboots completely.
  4. Release the volume down button after seeing Safe Mode in the bottom left corner of your screen.

A successful reboot will help your phone fix the problem without having to perform a factory reset. Use the safe mode to also back all your necessary files and data. Once you have done all this, reboot your smartphone in the normal way.

I have also come across instances where I only had to run the phone in the diagnostic mode while running only the pre-installed apps and services. If you want to avoid the unnecessary hassles of data back-up, you can try the diagnostic mode.

If you realize that after backing up your data, you cannot still boot your phone successfully in the normal way, the only other alternative is to proceed to the step below.

Try to Boot the Galaxy S8 in recovery mode and then perform master reset


A master reset should bring your smartphone back to its factory settings. This procedure leaves the firmware update running. Master reset usually clears the cache partition as well as the data partition. The data partition contains apps, personal info and preferences. Although this is your best shot at fixing the problem, however there is no guarantee that you will fix the problem especially if your last update was not successful. The procedure for performing a factory reset is outlined below;

  1. Turn off the Samsung Galaxy S8
  2. Press and hold the volume up and home keys and proceed to do the same for the power key

NOTE: It does not matter for how long you press and hold the volume up and home keys because this does not have any effect on your phone. However, the time you take to press and hold the power button affects the phone’s response time.

  • Let go of the power button as soon as the Samsung Galaxy S8 appears on the screen.
  • Once the Android logo appears, you can release the two keys and leave the phone for 30 – 60 seconds.

NOTE: Installing System Update message might appear on your screen for some seconds prior to displaying the menu for Android System Recovery. This appears as the initial step for the whole procedure.

  1. Use the volume down button to navigate through and highlight wipe cache data/factory reset option.
  2. Use the power button to select the highlighted option.
  3. Choose ‘Yes-delete all user data’ by using the volume down button then with the power button, select the option
  4. Give your phone enough time to complete the master reset.
  5. Choose to Reboot System Now using the Power button after which the reboot will take place although longer than normal.

The master reset in safe mode is an effective method for fixing the problem highlighted above. However, you are advised to take the phone to the retailer for firmware checkup if the problem persists after the master reset.

How To Fix iPhone 8 Blurry Camera and Pictures

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Owners of the iPhone 8 have reported of blurry camera, Today we going to teach you how to fix iphone 8 blurry camera, The main reason may be because you might have forgotten to peel the protective plastic on the iPhone 8 camera lens and heart rate monitor. Therefore, before you start taking pictures on your iPhone x, you need to remove this plastic on camera lens

If after removing the plastic from the camera and you still experience blurry camera and pictures, try the following steps to fix the problem.

Read Also: How To Use Split Screen - Multi Window On iPhone 8

How to Fix iPhone 8 Blurry Camera and Photos


Apple built the picture stabilization feature on the iPhone 8 for night time use but default enable it, and this is causing the slow camera on the Apple iPhone. The following instructions will help fix the slow camera problem on the iPhone 8.

Click on Settings > General >Tap on Storage & iCloud Usage. After then, select on Manage Storage. Select an item in Data and Documents. Then slide undesired items to the left and click on Delete. Finally, Click on Edit > Delete All to remove or Delete all the app’s data.

You can try a factory reset on the iPhone 8 if the step above didn’t fix the slow camera problem. Follow the instructions below to factory reset your iPhone 8:

  1. Turn on your Apple iPhone
  2. Go to Settings and select on General
  3. Browse and click on Reset
  4. Enter your Apple ID and password
  5. The process to reset your Apple iPhone should take a few minutes
  6. You’ll see the welcome screen display asking you to swipe to continue once reset